Claim back Statutory Sick Pay paid to your employees due to coronavirus (COVID-19).
The government’s £500 million Future Fund has opened for applications to enable innovative and high-growth British businesses to secure investment to help them through the Coronavirus outbreak.
There are a whole range of issues that pension trustees, employers and their advisers are facing as a result of COVID-19. Here’s the latest guidance from the Pensions Regulator.
The government has announced a new fast-track finance scheme for small businesses providing loans of between £2000 and £50,000 (interest free for the first 12 months) with a 100% government-backed guarantee for lenders.
If you’re self-employed or a member of a partnership and have been adversely affected by COVID-19 find out if you can use this scheme to claim a grant. HMRC has begun to contact taxpayers who may be eligible for SEISS and encourage them to contact their agent for advice. Agents may use the eligibility checker for their clients and request a review for clients where the system gives the response that they are not eligible. HMRC has advised that agents should not use client Government Gateway credentials to apply for grants on behalf of clients and that doing so may trigger HMRC fraud checks and delay payment.
Claim for 80% of your employee’s wages plus any employer National Insurance and pension contributions, if you have put them on furlough because of coronavirus (COVID-19). The scheme has now been extended until October.
Uncertainty about the immediate outlook for many companies has increased sharply. This has consequences for companies proposing to report results in the coming months, and for their auditors.
Guidance on how to arrange and conduct AGMs in light of Covid-19 has been published by ICSA (The Chartered Governance Institute) in conjunction with the FRC and Slaughter & May.
This guidance will assist employers, businesses and their staff in addressing coronavirus (COVID-19).
This page helps businesses find out how to access the support that has been made available to UK businesses and employees, who is eligible, when the schemes open and how to apply.
To ensure that companies have access to the funds they need, the government has launched a major new scheme with the Bank of England which will help corporates bridge Covid-19 related disruption to their cash flows.
If Coronavirus (COVID-19) has affected your company and you need more time to file your accounts, you should act before your filing deadline.
Coronavirus (COVID-19): Information for businesses and employers in Northern Ireland.
Information on the Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan is available through the British Business Bank. Interest and fees on the loans will be paid by the government the first twelve months, making them interest free to customers. This period may be shorter for firms in the fishery, aquaculture and agriculture sectors.
Additional guidance to assist employers, businesses and their staff in staying open safely during coronavirus (COVID-19).
This document sets out a plan to rebuild the UK for a world with COVID-19.